New Perspectives on Community Health and Air Quality Conference Friday
2009-07-20 · By Editor
On behalf of the South Coast Air Quality Management District, Tonia Reyes Uranga cordially invites you to attend the New Perspectives on Community Health and Air Quality Conference which will be held at the USC Davidson Conference Center on Friday July 25, 2009 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m..
The conference will provide public health care professionals, environmental activists, and anyone who is concerned about air pollution, the public health impacts caused by air pollution and solutions for the future.
The New Perspectives on Community Health and Air Quality will feature public health experts and state leaders discussing the adverse effects that air pollution has on community health. Some of the featured speakers include California Assembly Speaker Karen Bass, Senator Alan Lowenthal, and Daniel Sperling, Ph.D., author of “Two Billion Cars: Driving Towards Sustainability” and many more.
The conference will focus on the impacts of air pollution, transportation challenges and solutions, what community groups are doing to address the problem and technology solutions to address future needs.
We look forward to seeing you on July 24th at the USC Davidson Conference Center, where we believe we have a right to live and work in an environment of clean air.
New Perspectives on Community Health and Air Quality — A Conference Sponsored by the South Coast Air Quality Management District will take place Friday, July 24, 2009 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the University of Southern California, Davidson Conference Center, 3415 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA.
Highlights of the New Perspectives on Community Health and Air Quality include:
- The Challenge – The True Impacts of Air Pollution
- Improving Our Air – Transportation Challenges and Solutions
- Taking Action – What Community Groups are Doing to Address the Problem
- Moving Forward – Technology Solutions to Address Future Needs
The conference is free but registration is required. Space is limited. To register and for information on the conference, go to http://CleanAirCongress.info.
For more information, call (909) 396-2432 or email CommunityHealthConference@aqmd.gov.